Microsoft's Newest Operating System Mistaken For Asteroid
Experts are backing away from their prediction that a massive asteroid will hit the earth, and now claim that the object named "2002 NT7" is actually the newest operating system from Microsoft. "Our instruments indicated that 2002 NT7 was enormous and would devastate the Earth upon arrival," said Peter Bond, spokesman for the Royal Astronomical Society. "We initially assumed that it was an asteroid, but we now the evidence seems to indicate that the threat is, in fact, Microsoft Windows 2002 NT7." Microsoft Spokesman Julie Lin acknowledges that the newest release of Windows is slated for later in the year and will have sufficient destructive force to cause global climate changes, but reminded consumers that it will still feature the immensely popular "mindsweeper" program.